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Hines Cemetery

HINES CEMETERY

Surveyed by Tim Johnson June 1997.

LOCATION: From the intersection of State Hwy. 160 and Bradley Co. Rd. No. 1 (Jersey), go S on Co. Rd. 1 approximately 1 miles. The cemetery is surrounded by wire fence and is overgrown by pine saplings. It is directly beside the road but can easily be missed. When traveling south, cemetery is on the left or east side of the road. Twp 15S Range 12W, NW of SE of Sec. 15.

According to a history of the Jersey area written by M. J. Anders published in the Eagle Democrat 5 April 1951, there are more people buried here in unmarked graves. Mr. Anders mentions Bill, Bob, Elijah, Joe and Aunt Betty Hines who came into the area about 1850 and are probably buried here.

Grave sites visible:

Baker, John E.

12-10-1881

8-6-1944

(Double Marker w/Mary M. Baker)

Baker, Mary M.

10-6-1890

10-15-1914

(Double Marker w/John E. Baker)

Hines, Jane E.

11-1-1853

9-13-1904

w/o J. L. Hines